Impact Wrestling Contract Expires
An Impact Wrestling contract has now expired.
Former Impact World and X-Division Champion Josh Alexander would take to Twitter this week to reveal that not only has his contract with Impact ended, but his US work visa has now expired. Alexander would tell his fans:
“Today my contract expired & subsequently also US work visa. Unfortunately, as a consequence, I will not be able to honour my commitments to both TERMINUS & AML Wrestling later this month. I’m disappointed & I’m sorry. Hopefully, I’ll have everything in order soon.”
Alexander last appears on Impact last Thursday, where he would defeat Big Kon in a pre-taped match-up. Later in the show, he’d be removed from the upcoming Team Impact vs. Honor No More match at No Surrender, seemingly writing him off from television.
Alexander would sign a three-year deal with the promotion back in February 2019 and is now officially a free agent.
He found early success during his time in Impact as a tag team with now AEW star Ethan Page, winning the World Tag Team Championships as The North.
He’d later become a singles competitor, winning the X-Division title, before cashing it in for an opportunity at the Impact World title. He’d win the title at Bound For Glory last year, before losing the belt in mere minutes when Moose used his Call Your Shot Gauntlet trophy win to take advantage of the fatigue champion.
Alexander was in fact name-dropped on a recent episode of AEW Dynamite by Brandi Rhodes, who told Ethan Page that they only signed him to get to Alexander, although it’s unknown if they have an interest in bringing him in.